7 January 2013

Ghana: Baptist Ladies Reminded to Win Souls for Christ

THE DIRECTOR of the Accra South Baptist Young Ladies, Mrs. Grace Amoo-Gyimah has reminded Baptist ladies of their resolve to win more souls for Christ this year.

According to Mrs. Amoo-Gyimah, they can do this if they move from darkness into the light, by being upright and righteous.

She expected that in 2013 many more souls would be freed from sin, death and decay, and stressed the need for Baptist Ladies to win the unsaved lady in the community, at work places and close relatives, and the lady found sitting next to them in the Taxis and trotro.

Mrs. Amoo-Gyimah, in her New Year message to members of the Baptist Young Ladies and Christians in general said it was incumbent on young ladies in the church to strive and take steps with the Holy Spirit and live in peace with all men to please God.

She urged them to reflect and do self assessment as to whether they had pleased the Lord in dealing with fellow human beings in the face of targeted goals for 2012.

She reminded them that a new year is not one year closer to death, or one year further away from birth, or even one year further away from Christ, but another year in which we strive to live with the eternal life that is our inheritance now.

Mrs. Amoo-Gyimah noted that the marking of a new year is the marking of another year in which we live within a glorious dispensation and set free from sin and death.

The Accra South Director called on christians to rejoice in hope adding that there is always hope for Christians because Christ was given to free us from dreadful things which cut us from the presence of God.

She prayed that the LORD would grant young ladies the power to overcome their weaknesses and diligently press forward in all their endeavours in the New Year. Mrs. Amoo-Gyimah also wished the members good health, happiness and a very prosperous 2013 New Year.

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